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‘Crunch point’ for Casey as rental prices jump 7%

Star News Berwick – 5.10.22

Prisoner at home

Star News Dandenong – 4.10.22

Make a difference today

Star News (Pakenham Gazette) – 28.7.22

White Ribbon awards announced

Mirage News – 21.6.22

White Ribbon event 2022

Mirage News – 7.7.22

Fears on Scott Street

Dandenong Star Journal – 21.6.22

Why Viv’s Place was needed for Dandenong

Star News – 27.5.22

Families in hotel housing ‘crisis’

Star News

High tech abusers disrupted

Star News - 08.12.21

Our housing crisis

Star News - 05/08/21

Orange Door Opens in Dandenong

Mirage News - 03.03.21

Victorian Government puts $20 million towards 'new way' of reducing family violence during coronavirus crisis

ABC News - 19.08.20

Lisa

Lisa says she suffered financially for years. Now she's teaching her kids to be money savvy

ABC News - 11.05.19

Cath Evans

New chair to lead next Wayss phase

Pakenham Gazette - 14.12.20

Fusion-Magazine

Older Women, the Hidden Faces of Homelessness

Fusion Magazine, page 48 - March 2020.

Wayss answers housing crisis

Star Journal - 25.10.19

Unhappy Campers

Star Journal - 12.10.20

Dandenong Leader – February 11th 2020.

Elizabeth Thomas, chief executive of homelessness and crisis support group Wayss, said the organisation assisted more than 15,000 people in Melbourne’s south east in the past year.

“A significant number of those people came to our Dandenong office looking for affordable housing,” Ms Thomas said.

“Homelessness is no longer hidden – it is something that is front of mind for the community,” she said.

She said Greater Dandenong desperately needed a greater range of affordable housing and accommodation options.

“It’s about moving beyond rooming houses to permanent accommodation that helps people rebuild meaningful, sustainable lives,” she said.